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Texas Tubers Can Take Advantage of the World’s Longest Lazy River

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We have plenty of rivers in which to tube our cares away through the spring and summer, but did you know that Texas also lays claim to the world’s longest lazy river? That’s right. A man-made lazy river is located at the BSR Cable Park in Waco, and it’s being called the longest of its kind.

Fast becoming a hot destination for those who love water fun in Texas, the BSR Cable Park features the Royal Flush slide (which you’ve most likely seen the amazing footage of), as well as wakeboarding, surfing, a two-acre man-made lake. Now it’s also home to the longest lazy river in the world. There’s definitely more to Waco than Magnolia Market, and this outfit is here to prove it!

Texas Tubers Can Take Advantage of the World’s Longest Lazy River

Photo: Facebook/BSR Cable Park

The BSR Cable Park opened for the 2019 season back in April and boasts some wet and wild opportunities, to say the least. But the lazy river sounds more like our speed. It’s over three-quarters of a mile in length, and it takes approximately one hour to do one full lap. If you’re feeling particularly lazy (and that’s a good thing in this instance), you can buy an all-day pass to this feature for $25. But those who love a little thrill in their chill time can also get a combined lazy river and Royal Flush pass for $10 more. There are also cooler floats for rent, for those who, just like in the Texas Hill Country, love to float the day away with their beverages right by their side.

Texas Tubers Can Take Advantage of the World’s Longest Lazy River

Photo: Facebook/BSR Cable Park

The resort property boasts cabins, a cable park, a multi-level clubhouse (featuring a bar and restaurant), and an operating ranch for families to visit while staying at this tremendous inland surfing and watersports facility. The opportunities are endless (like the peacefulness that floating down their 3,500-foot lazy river affords you) for good fun this spring and summer in Waco. Pack up the family and get your lazy-on at the world’s longest lazy river, right here in Texas!